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eSight V300R009C00 Single-Node System Software Installation Guide (SUSE Linux) 09

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Logging In to the Server

Logging In to the Server

This section describes the methods for logging in to the Linux server as some operations in the installation process are performed on the GUI.

NOTE:
  • The management port supports a low resolution. After logging in to the server through the management port, you cannot view all information on the page. In this case, you can run the yast2 -l command to list all modules that are supported. Then you can run the yast2 Module name command to directly invoke the corresponding module. For example, the yast2 lan command can be used to configure the network, and the yast2 remote command can be used to enable the remote VNC.
  • If the graphical window is not displayed, set the environment variable and restart the installation. The detailed operations are as follows:
  • Log in to the Linux server as the root user.
  1. Check the value of the environment variable DISPLAY.

    # echo $DISPLAY

    Information similar to the following is displayed:

    :0.0

  2. Switch to the ossuser user.

    # su - ossuser

  3. Set the environment variable DISPLAY. The value next to the equal sign (=) is the same as that displayed after the echo $DISPLAY command is run, for example, :0.0.

    > export DISPLAY=IP address of the graphical terminal:0.0

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Updated: 2019-05-17

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